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The Woodpecker Always Pecks Twice by J.R. Ripley


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Also by J.R. Ripley:

The Woodpecker Always Pecks Twice, September 2019
Towhee Get Your Gun, April 2019
Mass Market Paperback
A Birder?s Guide to Murder, November 2018
Die, Die Birdie, September 2018
Mass Market Paperback
Chickadee Chickadee Bang Bang, September 2017
Die, Die Birdie, August 2016

The Woodpecker Always Pecks Twice
J.R. Ripley

September 2019
On Sale: August 27, 2019
Featuring: Amy Simms
320 pages
ISBN: 1496719727
EAN: 9781496719720
Kindle: B07WPFYW12
Paperback / e-Book
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Mystery Cozy | Mystery Woman Sleuth

A red-bellied woodpecker may lead to a yellow-bellied killer . . .

One morning when unwilling early bird Amy Simms grabs her binoculars for a closer look at the woodpecker who's been waking her up, she can't believe her eyes. Across Ruby Lake, through a curtain of rain, she sees a body being tossed out of an upstairs window at the old McKutcheon place.

Or at least she thinks she does. The police chief finds no body-only a discarded dressmaker's dummy-and complains that Amy sent him on a wild-goose chase. She should probably focus on minding her store, Birds & Bees, but Amy can't help snooping. And when she turns up another body-a murdered member of her birdwatching group-Amy once again needs to wing it as a sleuth to zoom in on a killer . . . 


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